The life and work of a teacher is something
that deserves our respect. Teachers are people dedicated to
making sure our children grow up to be educated, respectful, and
responsible adults. However, more often than not, teachers
are underpaid and do not always get the respect they deserve.
If you are a teacher, take this opportunity
to share your experiences. This will give readers a better idea of
what the life of a teacher involves, and will help people better
understand the role that teachers play in our society.
Feel free to write your experiences the way you wish.
You can use your own ideas, or use the questions below as a guide.
In the event you use a question, you should only answer that question.
You may also answer several questions in separate entries and allow us
to choose the best one for the book. Whatever your preference, only a
maximum of 2,000 characters will be published.
Click on the question you wish to answer:
Your story or anecdote will be published under
a pseudonym or your real name followed by your age, city, state or province, and country in
parentheses. Example: David Kelley (age 37, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA). It is your choice to
use your name or not. However, for administrative purposes, you will need to give contact
information. This information is kept confidential. This information will not be published
or shared with anyone under any circumstance, unless you instruct us otherwise in writing.
See Participation Requirements for more information.
|100 Plus TRUE STORIES: My Life as a Teacher
is a book that will be published under the Cambridge BrickHouse Books (CBH Books)
label. This book will form part of the 100 Plus TRUE STORIES series. The objective
of this series is to collect and share life experiences so that readers may identify
with and/or learn from them.
If you have yet to send your experiences to
100 Plus TRUE STORIES: My Life as a Teacher,